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Are You Ashamed To Call Me Darlin'
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Are You Ashamed To Call Me Darlin'
Recorded by the Lonesome River Band
Written by Dick Charles and Jimmy Wakely

You said our love was all that mattered
I never thought you'd make me cry
Now my dreams have all been shattered
D7 G
You turn your head when I walk by

Are you ashamed to call me darlin'
After all I've been to you
You broke my heart and left me lonely
D7 G
Are you ashamed to call me dear

Each lonely night as you lay sleeping
Dreaming in your sweet repose
All alone and broken hearted
D7 G
I listen to the wind that blows

Repeat #2

When you are down and need a friend
You know that I will be around
To kiss the lips that once betrayed me
D7 G
And hold the hand that turned me down

Repeat #2 x2


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